So for the first time in a while i pullout out all the gear and recorded something. Same tune i posted here a while back but recorded with something other than a webcam mic (the last one was focused on the guitar rather than the recording itself.)
Strummed cover of Jonathan Coulton's song, "furry old lobster," though you probably wouldn't recognize it otherwise because it's slower in his version and finger-picked... And his also has lyrics.http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1858424/FurryOldLobsterCover.WAV
|Same rate: ||96kHz|
|Bit Depth:||24 Bit|
|DI:||Sampson S.Direct plus|
|Mics:||Stereo Pair XML 993 condensers||(x-y configuration, 1 at 12th fret, 1 at sound hole)|
A lot of this is budget stuff. I'm just playing around for now. The signal was recorded as is, all the mixing was done out of the box. No effects plugins, No EQing, just mixing the condensers with the DI, as the DI sounded extremely dry (obviously) and the condensers picked up the room, found a balance between the two i liked.
Huray for budget recording!